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Do you know TRUTH about ‘natural’ fibres?

The New England Flax & Linen Study Group is an organization dedicated to the study of flax and linen — past, present, & future. We will be sponsoring a symposium dedicated to flax and linen research in August

Chamomile Tisane

Chamomile Tisane

German chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) Guna Sleep: A blend of diluted botanicals like avina sativa, chamomilla and valeriana, guna sleep can help with insomnia in lieu of sleeping pills. You can take 20 drops of the blend 30 minutes before bed.

Sampson Low, Son, and Marston - "Rosaceae" : Illustrations of the natural orders of plants with groups and descriptions,1868 // BioDivLibrary on Flickr

ROSE TRIBE//Roses, "The Rose Tribe" ~ Illustrations of the natural orders of plants with groups and descriptions,

Our Organic Arnica Infusion is made by infusing (macerating) dried Arnica montana herb into oil. Infused Arnica Oil is traditionally used to treat bruises and sprains, insect bites and inflammatory skin disorders, c

How Plants Got Their Names

Learning Botanical Names - Herbal Academy blog

How Plants Got Their Names / the history of latin names & learning how to use botanical names

Hestehov-tussilago farfara - Edible but not in big amounts. flowers +stems+leaves

Hestehov-tussilago farfara - Edible but not in big amounts.

v.3 - Köhler's Medizinal-Pflanzen in naturgetreuen Abbildungen mit kurz erläuterndem Texte : - Biodiversity Heritage Library

File:Nigella sativa - Fennel Flower - Nigella damascena - Love-in-a-mist - The Work of God's Children

Vintage European Lavender Botanical Print - The Graphics Fairy. Such a lovely Free Printable to use for some Instant Wall Decor!

Vintage European Lavender Botanical Print

Vintage European Lavender Botanical Print - The Graphics Fairy. Such a lovely Free Printable to use for some Instant Wall Decor!

Yarrow botanical print (Achillea millefoliium)

Common Yarrow Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) has many different medicinal and edible uses. The genus name "Achillea" comes from the Greek warrior Achilles who supposedly stopped the flow of blood from the wounds of his troops with this plant!

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